Carrie R. Marcus

Professor at UCLA

11075 Santa Monica Blvd. Suite 200, Los Angeles, California, United States
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(310) 267-5376
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Last Updated 5/26/2017

General Information

Employment History

Academic Personnel Analyst  - UCLA Health

President of the California Chapter  - ACNP

Executive Assistant To Chief Compliance Officer  - Moores UCSD Cancer Center


B.S.  - 

Ph.D.  - 

Ph.D.  - Physical Biology , Cornell University


Member  - Cal Rad Forum

Advisory Board Member  - The Radiological Threat Awareness Coalition

Member  - Radiopharmaceutical Commission of the Society of Nuclear Medicine

Member  - California Radiologic Health Branch Nuclear Medicine Council

Executive Assistant To Vice President of Sales and Vice President of Marketing  - Nutricia Ltd

Associate Professor of Radiopharmacy  - University of Southern California

Member of the Disaster Medical Assistance Team  - Federal Emergency Management Agency

Web References  

2016 Award for Outstanding Leadership: Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI) : International Dose-Response Society

Recently SARI submitted a petition to US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) signed by 24 members (in support of a similar one by Dr. Carol Marcus of UCLA) urging NRC to abandon the LNT model and instead use radiation hormesis as the scientific basis for setting radiation safety regulations.
NRC is currently considering these petitions.

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R-TAC Radiological Threat Awareness Coalition

Dr. Carol Marcus, Professor Emeritus, UCLA
Dr. Carol Marcus is a former professor of Radiation Oncology and Radiological Sciences at UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine. Dr. Marcus is considered a leader in the field of Nuclear Medicine and the Biological Effects of Radiation. Her expertise in these fields has led to her participation in multiple emergency response and preparedness organizations. She is a current member of the FEMA Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT-9, Los Angeles) and the FEMA National Medical Response Team - teams of medical personnel equipped to provide rapid-response medical care and decontaminate victims of chemical and biological agents during a terrorist attack, natural disaster, or other incident. As a leader in the field of radiological sciences she is a member of the California Radioactive Materials Management Forum, the Medical Radiation Safety Committee (UCLA), the Radioactive Drug Research Committee (UCLA), the California Radiologic Health Branch Nuclear Medicine Council, and the Radiopharmaceutical Commission of the Society of Nuclear Medicine.

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